Don Anderson didn’t know the Charlotte-bound flight he was about to board early Tuesday afternoon at Toledo Express Airport was the first ever on the route. Jackie McMurray, conversely, delayed a last-minute trip just so she could be on board.
Few of the 3,000 who gathered at Toledo’s Festival Park to watch the 2017 North American eclipse had seen such a solar show before, but Tracey Rhoades was an exception. “I was in Amsterdam for an eclipse about three years ago,” Ms.
Thousands of people watched through special eyeware or peered into pinhole projectors at downtown Toledo's Festival Park as the 2017 solar eclipse peaked Monday afternoon. Johnny Cash's The Ring of Fire played over the park’s sound system as
Each week during the construction season, The Blade’s Road Warrior highlights the major construction projects in Toledo and the surrounding area, noting where delays are worst and suggesting alternate routes. Reconstruction of the Indiana
The last time a solar eclipse of any kind was visible in the United States, Jennifer Greco was 4 years old. The last total eclipse visible in the continental U.S. occurred before she was born. And from the last time one traveled the U.S.A
Three local environmental activists called on Toledo and Ohio leaders Thursday to more vigorously pursue “impaired” status for western Lake Erie under the Clean Water Act, arguing that merely monitoring pollutants after they’ve
Replacement of one of Toledo’s oldest water mains is going to tie up traffic — and block parking — on part of Erie Street downtown for the rest of the year and into early 2018, a city official said Wednesday. And replacing the 30-
YPSILANTI, Mich. — Where tens of thousands once toiled to make transmissions for traditional human-driven vehicles — and before that, built World War II bomber planes — a testing ground for automated cars and trucks now is under
A resurfacing project originally slated to begin last month on Airport Highway in the Spring Meadows area of Springfield Township finally got going Monday. The Shelly Co. of Findlay holds a $3.5 million Ohio Department of Transportation contract to
Each week during the construction season, The Blade’s Road Warrior highlights the major construction projects in Toledo and the surrounding area, noting where delays are worst and suggesting alternate routes. A tour Friday of I-475/U.S. 23